(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[festival] On Friday 11 August, Tine Thing Helseth will kick off the 18th edition of the Oslo Chamber Music Festival. She won NRK's music competition "Virtuos" this winter and came second in the Eurovision Young Musician final in Vienna in May, but her instrument – the trumpet – is not exactly typical of chamber music's core repertoire from classicism and romance.
- The repertoire for the solo trumpet is much smaller than for violin and piano, but it is partly from the Baroque and from the 20th century. It turns out that I play a lot of new music, she says.
A national movement
It is easy to see chamber music as the last stronghold of the well-dressed bourgeoisie, but almost all of Norway's chamber music festivals have been initiated and conducted by the musicians themselves – with the help of good networks and relatively. . .
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